We offer observations on the human condition from a 23 year old mind trapped in an 83 year old body.


We often become prisoners of what we know.

In any group there is a “take charge” person.

Fewer parades these days, we no longer celebrate wars.

Older folk listen carefully when child speaks.

Left alone, children will make do with life.

I wonder which were the common diseases for cro-magnons.

Our minds travel the road all alone.

Some have eyes on the ground, some toward the sky.

Some truths are fixed, some arrive in a split second.

Hatred only deserves a minute of our time.

Only humans engage in violence to end violence.

A King reigns, a president governs.

Words I dread, “rest in peace.”

I hate the last day of any vacation.

Sometimes the Emperor is really without clothes.

Sometimes the Emperor is really clothed.

I listen to advice.

The unknown is simply the known before being discovered.

Winter brings a frozen silence.